Arkansas Rate Changes, April 2013
- Sales Tax Rate Changes
- Mar 14, 2013 | Gail Cole
There will be a number of local sales and use tax rate changes in Arkansas, effective April 2013. Get the list of rate changes below and download a free Arkansas sales tax rate table with current rates.
- Coal Hill, in Johnson County, to impose a 1% local rate;
- Dermott, in Chicot County, to increase local rate from 2% to 2.5%;
- DeValls Bluff, in Prairie County, to increase local rate from 2% to 3%;
- Gum Springs, in Clark County, to impose a 1% local rate;
- McRae, in White County, to impose a 1% local rate;
- Ola, in Yell County, to increase local rate from 1% to 2%; and
- Strong, in Union County, to impose a 1% local rate.
- Garland County to increase local rate from 1.125% to 1.5%; and
- Independence County to increase local rate from 1.5% to 2%.
There will be an annexation in the city of Widener (St. Francis County) for local tax and zoning purposes. Widener has a city rate of 1.75%.
January 2013 Rate Changes:
The following cities saw rate changes in January, 2013. Their current rates are listed below:
- Austin, in Lonoke County: 2%;
- Fort Smith, in Sebastian County: 2%;
- Magnolia, in Columbia County: 2.375%;
- Rogers, in Benton County: 2%;
- Van Buren, in Crawford County: 2%; and
- Yellville, in Marion County: 2%.
The Arkansas Department of Revenue has a complete list of rate changes.
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